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NFL teams each received $226.4 million from the NFL as part of national revenue sharing from the 2014 fiscal year.
The amount was revealed on Monday when the Green Bay Packers reported their share of the pie. The total surpassed $7.2 billion and comes mostly from the league’s television deals.
The national-revenue-sharing pot, split 32 ways, is up from slightly more than $6 billion last year, because the new TV deals with CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC/ESPN and NFL Network kicked in this past season. The national-revenue-sharing amount is up 120 percent, factoring for inflation, over the past 11 years.
In the 2010 fiscal year, the league split a little more than $3 billion among its 32 teams….